Jess Bees 2019 November 21, 20:04 Mausoleum Doors, Green Wood Cemetery Double doors recessed in white stone walls. They are reddish, like the shade of clay or rust, and they each have long windows with (what appear to be) reed shapes inside. A dark metal barred door, recessed in white stone. In the center of the door is a circular seal with an hourglass and radiating spikes around it. Above the door is a stone carving of a pair of feathered wings. A close-up of the hourglass seal, with a wall of compartments labeled with the names of the interred behind it. Double doors in rough hewn stone or cement brick walls. They are green with patina, and each have two decorated panels, with a handle in between. A circular archway, with two square columns on each side, sticking out of the side of a hill. It has a narrow door with an arched top, recessed at least 18 inches, made of dark wood and covered in a decorative, curving, wrought iron lattice. A squat mausoleum set into the side of a hill. It has a very small door with a shallow arched top, made of dark wood, with an elaborate wrought iron lattice laid over it. It has a long rectangular nameplate attached to the lattice. A close-up of a narrow wooden door with a circular top, covered in decorative wrought iron, and recessed into the wall of a mausoleum. Dead leaves collect in the doorway. A close-up of a squat wooden door with a slightly arched top, covered in decorative wrought iron, featuring a rectangular nameplate with faded letters in relief. The door is no more than a meter tall.